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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week’s apartment sales

Lincoln Square
303 West 66th St. #9HE
Mint condition two bedroom one bath home with dining alcove and enclosed balcony at the Lincoln Guild. This bright corner apartment has north and east exposures with open city views from every room. The stunning kitchen has stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, Silestone countertops, glass tile backsplash, and is open to the dining area and living room with a breakfast counter which is perfect for entertaining. Five closets plus a wall of smartly built-in cabinetry provide plenty of storage. CC: $1,403.Time on Market: 59 days. Asking Price $1,195,000. Buying Agent: William Bolls, Corcoran. Selling Agent: Jason Lee, Rutenberg.

Murray Hill
123 East 37th St, #8B
Make this gorgeous studio a place you can call home. Located in a beautiful well maintained building: full time doorman, storage, laundry, elevator, bike room, storage, roof top. Pets ok. Apartment features entry foyer with large closets & walk in closet, powder room and full bathroom. Large windows that will get you splash of sun most of the day. Full corner windowed kitchen included DW. Maintenance: $1,061. Tax Deductibility: 50 percent. Last Asking Price: $430,000. Time on Market: 31 Days. Listing Agent: Limor Eliyahu, Point NYC. Buyer’s Agent: Cheryl Greenberg, City Connections Realty.

Financial District
15 Broad Street, #1206


Pristine, modern, and incredibly functional, this very special 12th floor loft has two separate home offices/interior bedrooms that make terrific use of the 1,077 s/f loft space. The apartment faces north, with a bright and open exposure overlooking several iconic and historic structures, as well as 15 Broad’s beautifully landscaped common terrace/garden. A modern and minimalist kitchen and bath add to the signature Philippe Starck designed space. . Other noteworthy features include: beautiful architectural detailing, 11’ beamed ceilings, wiring for all modern-day technologies, and a laundry closet with a brand new never-used washer and dryer. CC: $939. Real Estate Taxes: $509. Last Asking Price: $1,400,000. Time on Market: 8 Weeks. Listing Agents: Corey Wecler & Ray Asis, City Connections Realty, Inc. Buyer’s Agency: Douglas Elliman.

171 West 131st St #316
Overlook a tree lined street with south facing views of historic Harlem townhouses in this intelligently designed one bedroom. A sun filled living space uniquely styled with five wide White Oak plank flooring that compliments the open living and dining area. The backsplash is finished with elegant Daltile white glass tile. Enjoy a meal or chat with friends over a glass of wine at the Caesarstone Breakfast Bar. 24 Hour attended lobby, bicycle storage, a state of the art penthouse level fitness center, residents lounge and media room, scenic interior landscaped courtyard and two levels of furnished outdoor space complete with grilling stations and seating for dining al fresco. CC: $624. Time on Market: 31 Weeks. Asking Price $656,000. Buying Agent: Rosy Klein, Rutenberg. Selling Agent:Kristin Krantz, Halstead Property.

Murray Hill
330 East 38th St, #30P


Designed by Andres Escobar. Beautifully renovated and flooded with natural Southern light, 30-P is an extra-large one-bed, 1.5-bath unit. The expansive living room has over-sized rounded bay windows framing the breath-taking southern iconic city view. The well-appointed bedroom has a private balcony, en-suite bath and a large closet. This unit has a spacious open kitchen, elegantly designed with smooth satin off-white cabinetry palette and south beach gray quartz counter-tops, equipped with Bosch gas range, microwave, and dishwasher and Fisher Paykel refrigerator. The bathrooms are modern, minimal and beautifully crafted. The unit is also outfitted with a washer-dryer hookup. CC: $704. Real Estate Taxes: $769. Last Asking Price: $1,395,000. Listing Agency: Park-River Properties. Buyer’s Agent: Anoop Punjabi, City Connections Realty.


50 Bayard Street, PH1


Full-floor penthouse loft with a private-keyed elevator. PH-1 boasts an unparalleled 360 bird’s eye view of the Manhattan skyline, Brooklyn landmarks, McCarren Park, and Bridge views through 48 floor-to ceiling wraparound windows within this unique 2,396 SF full-floor residence. Details include 10’+ ceiling height, hardwood flooring throughout, expansive living space, gas fireplace, in-unit laundry/utility room, multiple walk-in closets and much, much more. Full service condo building featuring 24-hr concierge, two elevators, fitness center, common roof, community grill and bike storage. Agent: Evan Church, Chris Cavorti & Marvin Chu, Corcoran Group.

535 Throop Avenue, #2
Located in a boutique, four-unit townhouse, this two-bedroom/two-bath unit is definitely worth viewing. The building was restored back to its glory with exposed brick walls, bay windows and high ceilings. The condo has an open kitchen with Ceasarstone countertops, a breakfast bar and GE appliances that include a refrigerator with French doors and a bottom freezer, a range hood and a dishwasher. Central air/heating and a W/D hook-up are in the unit, plus it comes with storage in the cellar. There is a beautiful walk in closet in the master bedroom. On top of all of this, the master bathroom has a double vanity. CC: $254.50. Real Estate Taxes: $0. Last Asking Price: $799,000. Time on Market: 32 Days. Listing Agent: Jamella Swift, Keller Williams NYC. Buyer’s Agent: Laurie Klugman, City Connections Realty, Inc.

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